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Контрольно-измерительные материалы

Данные контрольно-измерительные материалы по английскому языку для 6 класса составлены на основе федерального государственного образовательного стандарта общего образования, примерной программы основного общего образования по английскому языку и авторской программы (О.В.Афанасьева, И.В. Михеева, Н.В. Языкова Программы общеобразовательных учреждений. Английский язык. Школа с углубленным изучением английского языка 2-11 классы. М.: Просвещение, 2010) и соответствуют учебным возможностям учащихся данной ступени обучения, возраста, и направлены на выявление уровня овладения учащихся лексико-грамматических знаний, умений и навыков аудирования и чтения.

Контрольно-измерительные материалы по английскому языку составлены на основе следующих источников:

Барашкова Е.А. Грамматика английского языка: проверочные работы: к учебнику И.Н. Верещагиной и др. «Английский язык: 6 класс. 5-й год обучения»/ - М.: Издательство «Экзамен», 2012.- 32с.- (Серия «Учебно-методический комплект»).

Барашкова Е.А. Грамматика английского языка: сборник упражнений: к учебнику И.Н. Верещагиной и др. «Английский язык: 6 класс. 5-й год обучения»/ - М.: Издательство «Экзамен», 2012.- 32с.- (Серия «Учебно-методический комплект»).

О.В. Афансасьева И.В. Михеева книга для учителя к учебнику английского языка для 6 класса школ с углубленным изучением английского языка –М.: «Просвещение» 2012.

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Контрольная работа №1. Контроль навыков и умений аудирования. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №2. Контроль навыков чтения. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №3. Контроль навыков письма. Задания.

Контрольная работа №4. Контроль навыков говорения. Речевые ситуации.

Контрольная работа №5. Контроль лексических и грамматических навыков. Тест.

Контрольная работа №6. Контроль навыков и умений аудирования. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №7. Контроль навыков чтения. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №8. Контроль лексических и грамматических навыков. Тест.

Контрольная работа №9. Контроль навыков говорения. Речевые ситуации.

Контрольная работа №10. Контроль навыков письма. Задания.

Контрольная работа №11. Контроль навыков письма. Задания.

Контрольная работа №12. Контроль навыков говорения. Речевые ситуации.

Контрольная работа №13. Контроль навыков чтения. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №14. Контроль навыков и умений аудирования. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №15. Контроль лексических и грамматических навыков. Тест.

Контрольная работа №16. Контроль навыков письма. Задания.

Контрольная работа №17. Контроль навыков говорения. Речевые ситуации.

Контрольная работа №18. Контроль навыков и умений аудирования. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №19. Контроль навыков чтения. Текст, задания.

Контрольная работа №20. Контроль лексических и грамматических навыков. Тест.

Контрольная работа №1. Аудирование

Текст «How Climate Can Influence Meals»

In southern countries where there is a lot of sunlight and it is usually hot many people like eating their meals in the fresh air. In these areas people often eat under trees or big umbrellas during the day because the heat is generally very strong. While in the evening they eat under the moon and stars which produces a romantic effect on people. This, for example, is often done in Italy. The restaurants put tables in a garden or in the street and most people eat there and not inside the restaurants.

Renato was born in Italy and lived in a small town on the sea coast. When he was thirty-two he moved to London and bought a restaurant there. At first London seemed huge, grey and unfriendly to him. But by and by he began to like this city. Though he couldn’t forget Italy and his home town.

So, it’s not surprising that one day he put some of his tables out in the street. As you know it rains much in England than it does in Italy. That’s why Renato’s idea was те really good and did not work. What happened to Mr. Jenkins, a Londoner, one rainy afternoon, proves it. Mr. Jenkins went to Renato’s restaurant and in the evening he said to his wife, “I had lunch at that new Italian restaurant today, and it rained all the time. It took me twenty-five minutes to drink my soup.”

Put these sentences in the right order:

Renato moved to England and bought a restaurant in London.

Mr. Jenkins had lunch in Renato’s restaurant.

Renato was born in Italy and lived there for thirty-two years.

Mr. Jenkins told his wife about his lunch at Renato’s restaurant.

Renato decided to put some of the tables out into the street.

Renato couldn’t forget Italy and his home town.

Контрольная работа №2. Чтение.

Текст «The worst place for a meal»

A typical airline breakfast is a cheese omelet, croissant and bacon. That’s at least 900 calories, which is more than many people eat in a day and about twice as much as most people eat for breakfast.

Other typical meals include buttered vegetables, fried foods, and meats served with gravy. Although travelers complain about airline food, most of them eat everything that is put in front of them.

What can you do to avoid unhealthy foods on an airplane? First, ask the airline what special meal they serve. Many serve vegetarian, kosher, and other types of special meals if you give them advanced notice. Second, bring your own snack on board! Some fruit or a bag of popcorn purchased at the airport is much lower in fat and calories than the peanuts they give you. Third, if you have a choice between meat and seafood, choose the seafood. And finally, drink milk, juice, or club soda instead of an alcoholic beverage. You’ll feel much better when you get off the plane!

Read these statements. Do you think they are true (T) or false (F)?

Standard airplane meals are high in calories and fat.

Most people don’t enjoy eating when they fly.

Roast beef with gravy is a healthier choice for a meal than seafood.

You can order special meals from airlines.

Контрольная работа №3. Письмо.

You are going to an English speaking country. You would like to stay for a few days at your English friend’s. Write a letter and ask if it is possible.

Describe briefly your holiday plans.

Present your request.

Say how long you would like to stay.

Express hope for her return visit to Russia.

Контрольная работа №4. Говорение.

Монологическая речь:

Speak about ecological problems on our planet (in your town ), the ways to solve them.

Диалогическая речь:

Discuss with your partner:

Global ecological problems

Water pollution

Air pollution

Shortage of food

Ways to solve these problems

Контрольная работа №5. Лексико-грамматический тест.

1. Use "one " or "ones " where possible

♦ Which computer do you use? - The ... in the central office.

♦ Pour away some dirty water and get some clean ....

♦ Which shoes do you like best? - The red ... .

2. Use "so do I" or "neither do I" (вместо подчеркнутых слов могут быть другие)

♦ Caroline plays the flute badly. (I)

♦ They were not tired, (we)

♦ I can't speak French, (she)

♦ Bob has done his homework (I)

3. Complete the sentences (придаточное времени и условия)

♦ If it (rain), we (stay) at home.

♦ When the lesson (be) over, I (go) home.

4. Form the words (V+-able=Adj Adj+-ness=N)

♦ Change, polite, ill, respect.

5. Make the right choice (единственное и множественное число):

♦ No news is / are good news.

♦ Where is / are the money?

Reported Speech:

Ada said: "I will be 12 in March."

Bill asked: "Why will she come tomorrow?"

Mary asked: "Where do you live now?"

Nelly said: "I bought a good book."

Fred asked Jill: "Have you heard the news?"

Open the brackets and complete the text.

I want to tell you what (/. happen) to me yesterday afternoon. When I (2. come) home from school I (3. have) dinner and (4. begin) doing my homework. While I (5. do) it, the telephone (6. ring). It (7. be) my friend. He (8. say) he (9. have) something important to tell me and (10. ask) me to come to his place. 1(11. leave) home two minutes later It (12. be) a wonderful day. The sun (13. shine) and a pleasant cool wind (14. blow). I (15. feel) very happy. I (16 know) something wonderful (17. be) going to happen. When I (18. come) to my friend's place I (19. find) the door of his flat open. I (20. come) in. My friend (21. sit) on the floor. In front of him (22- stand) a big box and he (23 look) into it. I (24. come) up to him and (25. look) into the box too. There (26. be) two lovely puppies in the box! "Here," said my friend. "One is mine and one is yours. Yon always (27. want) to have a poodle. It (28. be) my surprise.

Контрольная работа №6. Аудирование.

Текст «Playing with God»

Neil was five years old. He lived with his parents in the North of England not far from the city of York. The place where they lived had very attractive scenery with some beautiful hills and valleys, green meadows and a wonderful river with a lot of small waterfalls. Neil and his parents loved and admired the place very much. But there was one little problem/ There were no neighbours near their house and as Neil had no brothers or sisters there was nobody for the boy to play with.

Neil’s father worked in the University of York and his good friend Mr. Fred Brown often visited him and his family. Mr. Brown was a politician and a member of the government. But as he didn’t have his own children he loved to talk to Neil when he came to visit his parents.

One Sunday Mr. Brown had lunch with his family and then Neil’s mother went into the kitchen and washed the dishes and his father went to his study and had a very important telephone talk. “Stay here and talk to Mr. Brown,” Neil’s father said to him.

“And show him your toys,” his mother said. Neil showed Mr. Brown his toys and they talked for half an hour. Then Neil said to Mr. Brown, “I’m going to go out and play with God in the garden now.”

Fred Brown was surprised. “How do you play with God, Neil?” he asked him.

“Oh, it’s very easy but quite exciting,” Neil answered. “I just throw the ball up, and then God throws it back down to me.”

Answer the questions:

Where did Neil and his parents live?

Why couldn’t Neil play with other children?

Where did Neil’s father work?

Who visited Neil’s Parents from time to time?

Why did Mr. Brown like to talk to Neil?

Where did Neil go to play with his ball?

With whom did Neil play? How did he play this game?

Контрольная работа №7. Чтение.

Текст «Remembering the Sixties»

Read this passage and choose the best heading for each paragraph

Paragraph 1

a)… Youth Rules the World

b)…The youngest Millionaire

Paragraph 2

… The Peace Movement

…Changes in Fashion and the Arts

There are many things to remember about the sixties. Some people remember it for mini-skirts, the Beatles, hippies, and the flower children. It was a time when young people “owned” the world and thought that anything was possible. In art, fashion and music, the big names were often in their early twenties, and some of them were already millionaires! The sixties was a time when young people used to do whatever they wanted. “Don’t trust anyone over 30!” they said.

In the arts, people like Andy Warhol created “pop art”. And fashions changed, too. The mini-skirts became popular, and then the “unisex” look followed. Young people started wearing blue jeans everywhere – to school, fancy restaurant and concerts. Many of them had very long hair and wore lots of rings, beads and bracelets. In music, the most popular group was the Beatles. Their songs told the story of the sixties. They sag about love, peace and personal freedom.

Контрольная работа №8. Лексико-грамматический тест.

Use a/an or zero article

What … beautiful rainbow! 2. What … strange forecast! 3. What …dangerous habitats! 4.What … fragile cup! 5. What … deep knowledge!

So or Such

This journey is … exciting! 2. You’ve got … attractive ideas! 3. The weather today is … changeable! 4. The air in the forest is … fresh! 5. Mr Johnson is … a such calm man!

3. Complete the story with the following verbs

Cook marry do wash make clean help cook clean wash

You all know the story of Cinderella. Cinderella was very unhappy because her stepmother didn’t love her and expected the poor girl … the house, … the meals, … the plates, and … many other things. But she never wanted the own daughters … Cinderella with this work. She didn’t expect them … or … . They didn’t do anything except enjoying themselves. Their mother wanted them … Prince Charming, so they tried on pretty dresses all the day long. They also ordered poor Cinderella … more pretty dresses for them. Cinderella was a kind girl and tried very hard to please her stepsisters.

4. Use one of the participles from the brackets to make the story complete Have you heard of the Loch Ness Monster? Many people believe that there is a huge animal (1. leaving/ lived) in Loch Ness in Scotland. The animal is about 50 metres long (2. including/ included) its tail. Nobody knows anything about its (3. eating/eaten) habits. There are some photos of the animal (4.taking/taken) by different people (5. visiting/ visited) the lake, but nobody can prove that they are real. This animal (6.giving/given) the nickname Nessie has been one of the greatest tourist attractions to the area for years.

5.Match the words in these columns.

1. Stupid a) deer

2. royal b) music

3. wild c) family

4. exact d) residence

5. wicked e) puppy

6. pleased f) face

7. touching g) time

8. official h) witch

9. public i) film

10. classical j) ceremony

Контрольная работа №9. Говорение.

Монологическая речь:

Speak about geographical position, parts, towns of England.

Speak about royal traditions.

Диалогическая речь:

Discuss with your partner:

Travelling to England

Parts of England

Towns of England

Контрольная работа №10. Письмо.

Write a postcard to your friend about the place that impressed you most in England

Write a greeting card to your friend

Контрольная работа №11. Письмо.

Write about the geographical situation of Scotland, its capital, places of interest in Edinburgh.

Контрольная работа №12. Говорение.

Монологическая речь:

Imagine that one of your classmates has not read the text “Scotland the beautiful”. Tell him or her everything you know about Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Диалогическая речь:

- Work in pairs. Imagine that one of you is a visitor to Edinburgh. He or she wants to get some information about the city. Your partner answers the questions.

Контрольная работа №13. Чтение.

Match these texts with these titles.

Looking for something to eat

Eating and drinking

Falling asleep

(1) Games can play an important role in the class-room. (2) They help students learn the language and have some fun at the same time. (3) Playing games isn't easy for people who study a language on their own. (4) Educational Software Products is an English company that is trying to do something about it. (5) Here are two popular games which they created.

(6) Crossword Challenge is one of the oldest and best word games.

(7) You choose your level of English, you select the type of words you want to test yourself on, you press 'Create Crossword', and the program does the rest!

(8) Some people wonder why English language programs aren't like arcade games. (9) Well, Word Invaders is a game like this! (10) You are a captain of a space ship which must look for enemy words (one wrong word in a group of four), and must shoot it down to get points. (11) If you choose wrongly, you lose points and rockets. (12) If the words get to Earth before you shoot them, the Earth will be invaded.

Playing language games isn't difficult for any student of English.

In Crossword Challenge you select the type of crossword you want to solve.

In Word Invaders you defend the Earth from the attacks of four groups of words.

Unless the words are shot down, the Earth is safe.

Контрольная работа №14. Аудирование.

Текст «A Very Important Person (VIP)»

During the Second World War it was difficult to travel by plane. The number of British planes was not great and many seats were needed for government representatives and army people. Mr. Brown worked for the armed forces during the war. Very few people knew how important he was because he was doing very secret work. But a lot of people obeyed him, he took very serious decisions and in fact he often represented the government.

One day it was declared that Mr. Brown had to fly to Edinburgh to give a lecture to some army forces. When he arrived at the airport the airport clerk told him that a VIP from the armed forces was going to Edinburgh too. As Mr. Brown was just a British citizen, he had to give his seat to the man. So. Mr. Brown was not able to fly to the city to give his lecture.

The officer arrived in Edinburgh and found out that he could not listen to the lecture because Mr. Brown Had not arrived.

True or False:

It was difficult to travel by plane.

Many seats on planes are needed for government representatives and army people.

Mr. Brown was not a very important person.

Mr. Brown wanted to go to Edinburgh to listen to some important lecture.

A very important army officer had to fly to Edinburgh on the same day.

Mr. Brown had to give his seat to the officer.

Mr. Brown was given another seat on the plane.

The important officer arrived in Edinburgh to give a lecture.

Mr. Brown was late for the lecture.

Контрольная работа №15. Лексико-грамматический тест.

I. Make the right choice: it’s or its

Scotland is famous for … beauty.

… easy to find Finland on the map: … in the north of Europe.

Moscow is a very old city, … history goes back to the XII century.

India is washed by the Indian Ocean, … climate is very hot.

Noyabrsk is known by … Childrens’ Museum all over the country.

Paris is the capital of France, … situated on the river Siene.
II. Complete the sentences choosing the right participle:

The channel (separating, separated) Great Britain from the continent is called the English Channel.

Parts of the Great China Wall (building, built) in ancient times can still be seen.

Many ancient towns had strong walls (defending, defended) their inhabitants from enemies.

Most people (living, lived) in Scotland are called Scots.

Potatoes (bringing, brought) to Europe from America have become very popular.
III. Express the same in English:

Юго-восток Англии известен своими плоскими равнинами, где расположено много ферм.

Долины и луга Шотландии всегда привлекают множество туристов.

Английский пейзаж характеризуется своими живыми изгородями и зелеными лугами.

Какая красивая процессия!

Я не люблю такие фильмы.

Какой широкий проспект и как он зелен!

Чье правление было самым долгим в истории Англии?
IV. Complete the sentences using such or so:

Life in the Highlands is … lonely.

You shouldn’t make … silly jokes.

It’s … hasty weather today!

The film was … exciting.

They have been … happy together.

My baby brother is … a little dear.
V. Complete the sentences with the suitable words.

There are several … why we can’t do that.

This photo always … me of the happy days I spent in England.

I’m not interested in … but father is.

My aunt often goes to concerts of … music.

When we lost the game last Friday we all felt that it was a terrible … .

Who … this bit of land?

You can see royal … in the Tower of London.

Контрольная работа №16. Письмо.

Australia is often called “the land of striking differences”. What do you think about it? Write a composition.

Контрольная работа №17. Говорение.

Монологическая речь:

Choose the place in Australia you would like to visit, describe it.

Imagine that you are having a geography lesson tomorrow. Get ready to speak about Australia.

Диалогическая речь:

- Work in pairs. Choose one of the Australian cities. Discuss it with your partner.

Контрольная работа №18. Аудирование.

Текст «Don’t Speak Too Soon»

Jack was a young man. He worked in an office. Every day Jack looked through a lot of mail: telegrams, telexes, periodicals and official papers. Hу often got tired and used to say, “Sitting on a chair for eight hours every day and then sitting at home in the evening is not very good for health.”

Every summer during a holiday he went to some faraway picturesque places by train ad then walked every day for five or six hours or rode a horse.

Last spring he took a map to his stepbrother Nick, and said, “Nick, you’ve been to many continents and countries. You have walked the Alps and the Rockies. I am going to America in August and I would like to walk from this place to this place on the day of my arrival.” And Jack showed Nick the places on the map. “Can I borrow your rucksack?” Jack asked.

“You certainly can”, answered Nick. “But how can you do it in one day? The map is flat and the mountains are not.”

Whose words are they:

“Sitting on a chair for eight hours every day is not very good for your health.”

“The map is flat and the mountains are not.”

“I’m going to America in August.”

“Can I borrow your rucksack?”

Choose the right answer:

What did Jack do at work?

Listened to music b) looked through a lot of mail c) cleaned the rooms

What did he like to do during his summer holidays?

To stay at home b) to go to some picturesque places c) to travel to London

Whom did he visit one day?

His mother b) his stepbrother c) his sister

What did Jack want to borrow from Nick?

A rucksack b) a map c) shoes

Контрольная работа №19. Чтение.

Read the text:

Mr. Jones’s shop sold food. Mr. Jones and a young man worked there. The young man’s name was George.A man came into the shop on Monday. He was a funny man. Mr. Jones was in the office. It was behind the shop. The funny man looked at George and said, «I want a small table, please.»

George said, «We don't sell tables in this shop. We sell food.»The man smiled and answered, «A small, brown table.» He took a picture out of his bag and showed it to George. It was a picture of a small, brown table.

George put his mouth near the man's ear and said, «We do not have tables in this shop! Food! Not tables!»

The man smiled and answered, «That's good. Thank you.» Then he sat down on a chair and waited.

George was not happy. He went into the office and spoke to Mr. Jones. Then he and Mr. Jones came out again.

Mr. Jones was angry. He looked at the man and said, «What do you want?»

The man smiled and answered, «I want a loaf of brown bread, please. Haven't you got any bread in your shop?»

Mr. Jones said, «Yes, we have.» He looked at George, and then he went and got a loaf of brown bread from a big box and gave it to the man.

True or False:

A man went to the baker’s to buy some bread.

George sold food at Mr. Jones’s shop to earn his living.

The man reminded about a loaf of small brown bread and included a loaf of white bread on the list.

There was no reason to act in that way and it was stupid of the man to show a picture of a small, brown table.

George couldn’t give the man a small brown table and let him think for a while.

The assistant was so excited by the customer that couldn’t stay calm.

The customer, sitting on a chair and expecting Mr. Jones, looked so pleased.

Mr. Jones looked at the man wickedly and shouted at the top of his voice.

Контрольная работа №20. Лексико-грамматический тест.

1. London is the world's ... biggest city.

a) fifth c) tenth

b) seventh d) twelfth

2. London, the capital of the UK, and such historical cities as Windsor, Dover and Brighton are situated in ... .

a) East Anglia c) the Southeast

b) the Southwest d) the Midlands

3. The Southwest used to be known for its ... .

a) actors c) pirates

b) sailors d) architects

4. One of the remarkable historic places in the UK which located in the Southwest is ... .

a) Stonehenge c) Eiffel Tower

b) Big Ben d) Kremlin

5. ... is an English general and politician (1599-1658) who was leader of the army against King Charles I in the Civil War.

a) Oliver Cromwell c) Robin Hood

b) Peter Pen d) Cherchill

6. Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of great....

a) Robert Burns c) Robert Stevenson

b) Jane Austen d) William Shakespeare

7. Cambridge is situated in ...

a) East Anglia c) the Southeast

b) the Southwest d) the Midlands

8. ... is old English university city. :

a) London c) Windsor

b) Oxford d) Manchester

9. Heathrow Airport, one of the world's busiest airports is about ... km west of central London.

a) 10 c)33

b) 26 d) 77

10. Most people remember King Henry VIII only because he had six ...

a) sons c) daughters

b) wives d) dogs

11. ... never married and is remembered as a very popular and strong queen.

a) Elizabeth II c) Victoria

b) Elizabeth I d) Henry VIII

12. The monument of... you can see in front of Buckingham Palace.

a) Prince Charles c) Victoria III

b) Victoria d) William Shakespeare

13. Queen Victoria ruled for the longest period in the English history, for

a) 50 years c) 64 month

b) 90 years d) 64 years

14. ... Museum is a big palace with its rich collections of paintings and other works of art.

a) Charles and Anne c) Victoria and Albert

b) Henry and Elizabeth d) Andrew and Edward

15. Elizabeth II is Queen Victoria's ....

a) granddaughter c) daughter

b) great granddaughter d) son

16. William Shakespeare's father was ... .

a) artist c) glove-maker

b) actor d) writer

17. William Shakespeare married… .

a) Anne Hathaway c) Jane Black

b) Anne О' Connell d) queen Jane

18. Anna and William Shakespeare had got... children.

a) 3 c) 9

b) 6 d) 2

19. Most of Shakespeare's plays were performed in the ... built on the bank of the River Thames.

a) Music Hall c) Elizabeth's Theatre

b) Globe Theatre d) Holy Trinity Church

20. ... is the place where Shakespeare was buried.

a) Globe Theatre c) Buckingham Palace

b) Music Hall d) Holy Trinity Church

21. The symbol of Scotland is ... .

a) an apple c) a thistle

b) a clever d) a sunflower

22. ... is the capital of Scotland.

a) London c) Dover

b) Glasgow d) Edinburgh

23. One of the best known monuments in Edinburgh is a monument to ... .

a) a cat Pussy c) a dog Bobby

b) a mouse Grey d) a bear Balu

24. ... is the capital of Wales.

a) London c) Canterbury

b) Washington d) Cardiff

25. Mount..., situated in Wales, is the highest mountain in Britain.

a) Snowdon c) Sundon

b) Raindon d) Winddon

26. In Wales people celebrate St. David's Day on ... .

a) 23rd April c) 31st December

b) 1st March d) 1st May

27. ... is the national game of Wales.

a) football c) rugby

b) badminton d) tennis

28. In rugby a team consists of... players.

a) 5 c)15

b) 11 d) 20

29. Snowdon is ... meters high.

a) 1085 c) 560

b) 4567 d) 2240

30. ... Street is the most beautiful street of the New Town in Scotland.

a) Round c) Queen

b) Princes d) Green

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